The New York Giants officially made 21 transactions on Thursday and hosted a total of nine players in East Rutherford — most on tryouts.
The New York Giants made a flurry of transactions on Thursday that impacted nearly every aspect of their team — active roster, practice squad and injured reserve.
The team also had a slew of free agents in for workouts and visits with at least one being signed, and potentially more to come.
Here’s a recap of Thursday’s moves.
The New York Giants have placed Darrian Beavers and two others on injured reserve, and moved OL Nick Gates and OL Matt Peart to Reserve/PUP.
The New York Giants officially trimmed their roster down to the league-mandated 80 men on Tuesday ahead of the 4:00 p.m. ET deadline.
Unsurprisingly, one of those moves came by way of rookie linebacker Darrian Beavers, who was placed on season-ending injured reserve.
Beavers, who had stood out this summer and was battling for a starting spot alongside Blake Martinez, suffered a torn ACL in Sunday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
In addition to Beavers being placed on IR, the Giants also moved center Nick Gates (leg) and offensive tackle Matt Peart (knee) from Active/PUP to Reserve/PUP. They will now be required to miss the first four weeks of the regular season.
Finally, the Giants placed tight ends Ricky Seals-Jones (toe) and Andre Miller (forearm) on IR.
Seals-Jones has missed the entirety of training camp with his injury only just now being revealed.
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The New York Giants wrapped up training camp practice No. 10 on Monday and it included a massive fight involving players and coaches.
The New York Giants were back on the practice field at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center on Monday preparing for their first preseason game.
It may be hard to believe, but the last week without football until February has come and gone. The Giants, of course, hope to be playing that long themselves.
In a break from recent tradition, head coach Brian Daboll did not hold a press conference on Monday morning. Instead, he appeared on WFAN and allowed his coordinators — Mike Kafka, Wink Martindale and Thomas McGaughey — to handle the media.
Here are 10 quick takeaways from training camp practice No. 10.
The New York Giants completed training camp practice No. 9 on Sunday and here are 10 quick takeaways.
After a brief day off following Friday night’s Fan Fest scrimmage, the New York Giants were back on the practice field at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center on Sunday.
Things kicked off with an early morning press conference featuring head coach Brian Daboll. He recapped the first two weeks of camp and gave an outlook on what’s ahead, including coordinator and assistant coach availability next week.
Here are 10 quick takeaways from practice No. 9 on Sunday.
The New York Giants wrapped up training camp practice No. 7 on Wednesday, and here are 10 quick takeaways.
The New York Giants returned to the field on Wednesday morning for their final practice ahead of Friday night’s “Fan Fest,” which will feature the Blue & White scrimmage game.
Head coach Brian Daboll once again took the podium to kick things off — a daily press conference he recently referred to as “Groundhog Day.” He recapped the prior today and outlined how the upcoming practice would be structured.
Here are 10 takeaways from Day 7 of training camp practice.
The New York Giants returned to practice on Monday — this time with pads on — and here are 8 quick takeaways from the day’s action.
The New York Giants returned to practice on Monday as the second week of training camp got underway. And for the Giants, it will also be the final week without football until next year.
As they traditionally do, things kicked off with head coach Brian Daboll conducting his daily press conference. He put a bow on the team’s first week and then began outlining what lay ahead.
Here are eight quick takeaways from Day 5 of practice.
The New York Giants wrapped up their first week of training camp with practice No. 4 on Saturday, and here are 10 quick takeaways.
The New York Giants wrapped up their acclimation period with the fourth and final training came practice of the week on Saturday.
Things kicked off with head coach Brian Daboll conducting his routine pre-practice press conference. He focused primarily on recapping the first three days and breaking down how Saturday’s practice would be structured.
The players will have on off day on Sunday before returning on Monday morning for the first padded practice of camp.
Here are 10 quick takeaways from practice No. 4.
The New York Giants are thin at tight end which means there will be some key training camp battles and some tough cutdown day(s) decisions.
Last year, the New York Giants were stacked at tight end with Evan Engram, Kyle Rudolph and Kaden Smith. Things didn’t go so well for the trio as the Giants’ offense sputtered once again.
None of those players are on this year’s roster, a decision of the new front office. And a new offensive scheme will likely change the way Giant fans value the position going forward.
The Giants will have a new approach on offense under head coach Brian Daboll and offensive coordinator Mike Kafka. The new tight ends coach is veteran offensive assistant Andy Bischoff.
Here is a quick preview of the unit heading into training camp.
As the official start to training camp looms, here’s a look at the seven New York Giants who stand to gain the most.
New York Giants rookies and select veterans will report for training camp on Tuesday, July 19. The remainder of the team will report on Tuesday, July 26 with the first practice getting underway on Wednesday, July 27.
It may be hard to believe but football season is just around the bend.
With the start of Giants camp now just a week away, here’s a quick look at seven players who stand the most to gain.
A breakdown of the contracts the New York Giants have handed out to free agents, as well as details of restructures and pay cuts.
The New York Giants and general manager Joe Schoen entered the new league year and free agency with very little money to spend. The idea was to clear upwards of $40 million in salary cap space while hunting for bargains on the open market.
Through a week and a half, the Giants have fared relatively well. They’ve been unable to trade either cornerback James Bradberry or running back Saquon Barkley, but they’ve found other ways to clear room.
New York has also added a number of new contracts, including multiple offensive linemen. But only one of them was a big-ish money signing.
Here’s a quick look at the basic contracts for all new signees, as well as some information on restructures and pay cuts.
Note: New details will be added as they become available.